Woof to you,
I’m so grateful to feel better! This winter has been hard for the health of humans- and us furred and feathered friends.
I want to send a get well o gram to Rochester in Colorado to let him know that Cat Angels are helping heal his big orange and white self right now.
Don’t you worry Rochester, your humom is taking good care of you and you will be feeling better each day. Do what I did- and what I do best: sleep!
I know my humans and their friends are all sending healing light called Reiki your way. This means Universal Energy and is a healing type of energy which comes from thousands of years ago in Japan and Tibet. It’s pretty good stuff.
When my humans do Reiki energy work on me, I feel tingly all over and so much better. It’s like a soft blanket of warmth flowing through me. I can feel it from across the room when they are sending it through me and I don’t know, I just feel better. They can send this energy around the world just by sitting still and thinking of you and you will feel it. I know that’s what they and a lot of their friends from around the world are sending to you.
That’s what they did for my friend, White, the dog who had to make the long journey from Italy to move to the Big Island in Hawaii. Boy, that trip made White feel all upset inside and when he got to the Big Island, he had to stay separate from his humom, Monica, for a while before he could go home with her to his new house. They call that quarantine. It’s like a waiting place and time to make sure that animals are well and healthy before becoming citizens of the islands.
White did miss his humom while he had to wait, but she came to see him while he was in quarantine so that he wouldn’t feel all lonely. Once he was done wirth the waiting, he loved their new house and their new life together….sooooo different from where he was born in Italy.
Well, that was a long time ago and White has crossed over the Rainbow Bridge but we who loved him, do love him still and we feel his joyful presence because he comes to visit in our dreams. I can see him having a good ol romp and he is young and healthy again and having all the fun he wants.
Everyone who met White loved him. Even at the airports, people were drawn to his beautiful energy.
I want to thank my humom’s friend, Monica, for sharing White with us and for coming to visit me often here on my blog.
And thanks for all the good fusses you send me.
A shout out for my New York friend, Thumbelina, the cat who had surgery and is doing a good job of healing. I heard you had to wear a collar afterwards. I had to do that too once and I looked pretty silly in that plastic Edwardian piece. Still it did its job. I didn’t bit my stitches and neither did you. Hooray for Thumby! Good healing, my friend.
And my friends in Romania, Filippa the long haired cat and Rimny the big brown dog, both say hello to you all.
OK-naptime. See you all tomorrow.